Category Archives: Medical and Health

News: Suspected gang affiliates speedily arrested

Immediate follow up investigation resulted in the arrest of two suspected gang affiliates in two separate cases of shooting incidents which allegedly took place on 1 January 2019.In the first incident, it

Traffic officers to appear in court for corruption

Two suspects arrested for dealing in drugs in Gonubie

KwaMahlobo Festive Games results on Day 7

After enjoying a rest day on Christmas Day (25 December 2018, the 2018-19 KwaMahlobo Festive Games resumed on Wednesday, 26 December in Meadowlands Zone 10, Soweto. The tournament is gaining momentum as

South Africa: Govt Sends Condolences to Indonesia Following Deadly ...

The Department of International Relations and Cooperation has urged South Africans with family members in Indonesia whom they cannot contact or locate, to contact the department's 24-hour switchboard number at 012 351

South Africa: Govt Sends Condolences to Indonesia Following Deadly ...

The Department of International Relations and Cooperation has urged South Africans with family members in Indonesia whom they cannot contact or locate, to contact the department's 24-hour switchboard number at 012 351

Phase one of KwaMahlobo Games come to an end

The KwaMahlobo Festive Games will play their final matches of the first phase of the competition on Monday, 24 December 2018 and enjoy a mini-break on Christmas Day (Tuesday, 25 December 2018).Phase

Humansdorp Cluster SAPS searching for house robbers

Humansdorp Cluster: The South African Police Service in the Humansdorp Cluster in conjunction with detectives from SAPS Humansdorp and Thornhill have launched a manhunt for suspects following separate house robbery incidents that

SARS intercepts R90m drug substances

The South African Revenue Services (SARS) has in the past two days intercepted drug trafficking valued at R90 million at the OR Tambo International Airport.In a statement, SARS said the substances intercepted

BOTCHED CIRCUMCISION CLAIMS 21 LIVES IN S. AFRICA

CAPE TOWN, A total of 21 boys have died in South Africa as a result of botched circumcision since the summer initiation season began in November, authorities said Monday.The Eastern Cape